Dice have been with us a long, long time. Early shamans tossed bones to divine the intent of the gods. Homer's Iliad mentions Theban dice. The Roman legions passed the time in siege by rolling dice on the backs of their shields, betting equipment and food. Richard the Lionheart was a fan of Hazard, which was the name the game had as it made its way to the New World. The game of Craps we know today offers a bettor the best odds against the house. But it's easy to get caught up in the frenzy of this most sociable casino game, so watch yourself.